I hope you are all having a wonderful Presidents Day! Congratulations to all the presidents, including Andrew Jackson, the first George Bush, and, of course, William H. Taft. Every week our writers get together and answer a Disney related question. Here is this week’s question and answers, please leave your answer in the comments!
Question of the Week: What is your favorite breakfast item or entrée that you’ve had at a Disney Park?
Melissa L. – I’m going to give two answers to this. One more expensive, the other an affordable quick breakfast. One of my favorites I’ve had at a Disney park is the Eggs Benedict for Steakhouse 55 in the Disneyland Hotel. It was a fancier breakfast and was amazing. Now if you are wanting to eat something more on the go, I’d recommend the croissant breakfast sandwich. I’ve had it for the Jolly Holiday Bakery. It’s a more savory breakfast choice from most of the sweet options. It has eggs cheese and bacon inside it and served with a side of fruit. A perfect way to start your day in a park!
Melissa H. – I love Disney’s cinnamon rolls! They are giant, fluffy portions of dough with thick, homemade cream cheese icing. So. Good.
Andrew – My favorite breakfast item I’ve had at Disney is the Chilaquiles at the PCH breakfast buffet in Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel. While I wasn’t wowed by the buffet, in general, I did think this item was unique and delicious. Chilaquiles is a Mexican dish with chips, cheese, eggs and generally chorizo. These had a nice spice to them and good flavors overall. I thought the dish was interesting and a nice change of pace from the usual Disney breakfast fare.
Leslie – My favorite breakfast entrée was definitely the open-faced bacon and egg sandwich from Be Our Guest. The sandwich is pretty big with poached eggs, applewood smoked bacon, brie cheese and arugula on a baguette you also get fresh fruit and an assortment of pastries. Honestly though can you beat eating in the Beast’s Castle? Honorable mention goes to the room service for Animal Kingdom Lodge because french toast with pecan caramel sauce is delicious and well worth a late start.
Cassie – I love any Mickey shaped breakfast item! Waffles, pancakes, beignets, bring it on! Although, I almost always hit up my favorite bagel place on my way to Disney!
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